Risk Management (3 Modules)

A1. Risk Management Committee (30 mins)

The Challenge — For many departments, risk management efforts lack focus and direction.
The Solution
— Form an effective Risk Management Committee.
Presenters – Dr. Ian McGregor, President, SportRisk; Jared Ginter, Senior Associate, SportRisk

Preview:

Video Content: Video outlines (a) why this committee is important (b) what its role should be and (c) tips on how to make it more effective.

A2. Nuts & Bolts of Risk Management Planning (30 mins)

The Challenge Risk Management planning is often viewed as being complex and time-consuming
The Solution
Develop a simple 3-Step planning process.
Presenter:
Dr. Ian McGregor, President, SportRisk

Video Content: Video describes a Simple 3-step Planning Process: (1) using the ‘Risk Matrix’ to identify high risk programs & facilities, (b) developing and implementing a simple audit and (c) formulating simple and doable action plans based on the audit.

A3. Waivers (4 mini videos of 3-5 min)

The Challenge – Waivers are not well understood, and not implemented properly.
The Solution – Educate staff on waivers using clear, strait forward language.
Presenter – Robin Bowman, Senior Associate, SportRisk.

Video Content: Waivers are clearly explained through a 4-part series of short (3-5 min) animated videos:
(1) Waivers Simplified (2) Constructing a Waiver (3) Waiver Administration (4) Using Waivers.

 

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Our department profited greatly by having multiple staff go through the online course. We have long felt that risk management best practices are so pervasively important to all our programs and facilities that it only made sense that our staff members with unique oversight and management of these areas take part in the course. The take-away from this approach has been a unified understanding of the nature of risk management of campus recreation on a macro level with a much more refined appreciation of application within their areas of specialization.

George M. Brown

Assistant Vice Provost, Director University Recreation and Wellness
The University of Minnesota

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